The Arctic Tent is a six-sided pyramidal tent supported by a telescopic center pole Doors.
The arctic tent has two doors 5 feet high on opposite sides, permitting tents to be joined together with suitable access from one to the other.
Door flaps may be securely closed either by slide fasteners or by loops over wood toggles. The doors are operated from both inside and outside.
Ventilation. The arctic tent is ventilated by four built-in ventilators on opposite sides and near the peak of the tent . The ventilators have inside ducts, which may be closed by tie cords. The ventilator hoods are of the fixed type, each hood being constructed with a stiffener inserted in the hem to keep it extended out from the ventilator opening.
A stovepipe opening with a silicone rubber-molded ring is built in one side of the arctic tent near the eave.
Snow clothe. There is a snow cloth sewed to the bottom of each side of the tent. When the tent is pitched, the snow cloths are flat on the ground on the outside of the tent . Snow is deposited on the snow cloths for insulation purposes.
Screen doors. Screen doors are attached to the arctic tent for protection against insects.
Sock lines. Four sock lines are provided for drying clothing and equipment.
Liner. A fire-resistant liner, made of 5.2 ounce permeable cotton sheeting is provided to insulate the arctic tent to prevent frost from falling on the occupants. The liner is held in place by metal toggles.
Cover. The arctic tent is provided with a cover for use when it is in storage or is being transported. The tent and liner, when folded, fit into the cover.
Aluminum tent pins are nested and the magnesium pole telescoped to its shortest length and placed in the pocket at one side of the cover
|Peak Height ||8'6"|
|Weight ( including poles)||76 lbs|
|Floor Area||198 sq. ft|
|Eave Height||3 ft.|
|Packaged size||7.1 cu. ft|
|Stove pipe vent||1|